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Time to Give Taxpayers a (Prison) Break

Time to Give Taxpayers a (Prison) Break

    By Thomas L. Knapp Daniel Webster was from New England, but one of his most famous quotes merits recognizing him as an honorary Floridian: “Every man’s life, liberty, and property are in danger when the Legislature is in session.” In special session last week, Florida’s House and Senate negotiators agreed on a $2.3 […]

California Treasurer to Help Businesses Build Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

California Treasurer to Help Businesses Build Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

New Program Aims to Reduce Vehicle Emissions by Expanding Electric Vehicle Infrastructure in CA California launched a $2 million financing program today that provides incentives to small business owners and landlords to install electric vehicle charging stations for their employees, clients and tenants. The program announced by State Treasurer John Chiang and California Energy Commissioner […]

Taking It Out on the Little Guy

Taking It Out on the Little Guy

By Jon Coupal Gov. Jerry Brown has declared that opposition to efforts to reduce carbon emissions “borders on the immoral.” Hesitate though we might to debate Brown, troche a former Jesuit seminarian, online on the nature of divine law, we have to question the “morality” of forcing working California motorists to bear the brunt of […]

Knee Jerk Tax Hikes

Knee Jerk Tax Hikes

By Jon Coupal For the second time in as many weeks Californians got the news that Sacramento politicians are proposing yet another big tax hike. The truth is that new taxes would never be required were it not for Sacramento’s mismanagement of existing tax dollars. Last week, order it was the proposal to deal with […]

The nasty hidden state tax that Californians all pay—a tax charged in only SEVEN states

The nasty hidden state tax that Californians all pay—a tax charged in only SEVEN states

By Richard Rider Here’s a nasty tax that Californians pay every year.  It’s a tax that you are probably completely unaware of — a tax that is charged in only 6 other states. . When you pay for your California homeowners policy, life insurance, car insurance, health insurance, business insurance, annuity — ANY insurance product […]

California Comeback or Continuing Crisis?

California Comeback or Continuing Crisis?

As the California Legislature reconvenes this week for the new session, clinic Californians will hear two decidedly different messages from both politicians and political pundits about the “state of the state.” Governor Brown will surely tout the “California comeback” and argue that the state is in much better fiscal health than just a couple of […]

Top Things to Know About a State EITC (Earned Income Tax Credit) for California

Top Things to Know About a State EITC (Earned Income Tax Credit) for California

By Luke Reidenbach Republished with permission from California Budget Bites As policymakers grapple with how to ensure economic security for the 5.6 million Californians living in poverty, one option needs to be part of the discussion: a state Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). A state EITC could give millions of Californians a much-needed economic boost […]

Veterans Affairs Keeps Buying Bogus And Counterfeit Medical Equipment

By Jonah Bennett ‘ Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ . Internal correspondence between the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and a major supplier of medical devices reveals that the VA has been buying bogus and counterfeit medical equipment, The Washington Times reports. The equipment comes from the so-called gray market and threatens to endanger […]

Taxpayer Funded Voodoo Dolls

Taxpayer Funded Voodoo Dolls

Does The Export-Import Bank Cut The Deficit?

Does The Export-Import Bank Cut The Deficit?

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